Another failure of the COVID diagnostic test

by Jon Rappoport

July 29, 2020

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In previous articles, I’ve detailed several key reasons why the PCR test is worthless and deceptive. (PCR article archive here).

Here I discuss yet another reason: the uniformity of the test has never been properly validated. Different labs come up with different results.

Let’s start here—the reference is the NY Times, January 22, 2007, “Faith in Quick Tests Leads to Epidemic That Wasn’t.”

(Update: October 21, 2020: For the NY Times ‘sports’ version, click here: “Three Tests, a Private Jet and a New Rule: How [the University of Alabama’s record-breaking football coach] Nick Saban Made Kickoff”)

“Dr. Brooke Herndon, an internist at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, could not stop coughing…By late April, other health care workers at the hospital were coughing…”

“For months, nearly everyone involved thought the medical center had had a huge whooping cough outbreak, with extensive ramifications. Nearly 1,000 health care workers at the hospital in Lebanon, N.H., were given a preliminary test and furloughed from work until their results were in; 142 people, including Dr. Herndon, were told they appeared to have the disease; and thousands were given antibiotics and a vaccine for protection. Hospital beds were taken out of commission, including some in intensive care.”

“Then, about eight months later, health care workers were dumbfounded to receive an e-mail message from the hospital administration informing them that the whole thing was a false alarm.”

“Now, as they look back on the episode, epidemiologists and infectious disease specialists say the problem was that they placed too much faith in a quick and highly sensitive molecular test [PCR] that led them astray.”

“There are no national data on pseudo-epidemics caused by an overreliance on such molecular tests, said Dr. Trish M. Perl, an epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins and past president of the Society of Health Care Epidemiologists of America. But, she said, pseudo-epidemics happen all the time. The Dartmouth case may have been one the largest, but it was by no means an exception, she said.”

“Many of the new molecular [PCR] tests are quick but technically demanding, and each laboratory may do them in its own way. These tests, called ‘home brews,’ are not commercially available, and there are no good estimates of their error rates. But their very sensitivity makes false positives likely, and when hundreds or thousands of people are tested, as occurred at Dartmouth, false positives can make it seem like there is an epidemic.”

“’You’re in a little bit of no man’s land,’ with the new molecular [PCR] tests, said Dr. Mark Perkins, an infectious disease specialist and chief scientific officer at the Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics, a nonprofit foundation supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. ‘All bets are off on exact performance’.”

“With pertussis, she [Dr. Kretsinger, CDC] said, ‘there are probably 100 different P.C.R. protocols and methods being used throughout the country,’ and it is unclear how often any of them are accurate. ‘We have had a number of outbreaks where we believe that despite the presence of P.C.R.-positive results, the disease was not pertussis,’ Dr. Kretsinger added.”

“Dr. Cathy A. Petti, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Utah, said the story had one clear lesson.”

“’The big message is that every lab is vulnerable to having false positives,’ Dr. Petti said. ‘No single test result is absolute and that is even more important with a test result based on P.C.R’.”

—Sobering, to say the least. Of course, some people will claim that since the date of the Times’ article (2007), vast improvements have been made in the PCR test.

Really? The truth is, something much worse is lurking in the weeds. It has been lurking ever since the PCR was approved for use in diagnostics:

No large study validating the uniformity of PCR results, from lab to lab, has ever been done.

You would think at least a dozen very large studies had checked for uniform results, before unleashing the PCR on the public; but no, this was not the case. It is still not the case.

Here is what should have been done decades ago:

Take a thousand volunteers. Remove tissue samples from each person. Send those samples to 30 different labs. Have the labs run PCR and announce their findings for each volunteer.

“We found the following virus in sample 1…” Something simple like that.

Now compare the findings, in each of the 1000 cases, from all 30 labs. Are the findings the same? Are the outcomes uniform all the way across the board?

My money would be against it. Strongly against.

But this is not the end of the process. SEVERAL of these large-scale studies should be done. In EACH study, there are 1000 volunteers and 30 labs.

Why? Because, as you can readily see, the whole story about a current pandemic is riding on those tests. The story, the containment measures, the lockdowns, the economic devastation, the human destruction—it’s all built on the presumption that the PCR is a valid test.

It’s unthinkable that these validation studies of the PCR weren’t done decades ago. But they weren’t. And there is only one reason why: to avoid the truth. The results of the PCR aren’t uniform. They vary from lab to lab.

One lab says positive for virus B. Another lab says negative for virus B. Both labs are looking at the same sample.

No? Couldn’t be? Then prove it with the several large-scale studies I’m proposing.

I’ll give you a rough fictional analogy for the current testing situation—

In an old-growth forest of immense trees, a government agency tests white spots found on some trunks. The verdict? A highly destructive and novel fungus, for which there is no remedy. Without immediate and drastic action, the fungus will spread to the whole forest and destroy all the trees.

So a government contract is signed with a logging company, and workers move in and start cutting down many trees.

Meanwhile, another lab tests those white spots and reports they’re harmless bird droppings. Yet another lab claims they’re a mild traditional fungus of no great concern.

The reports of these two labs are suppressed and censored. The labs are put on a quiet blacklist, and their business dries up.

The tree cutting continues.

An analyst at the US Forestry Service sends a memo to his boss. It details the fact that the test which found deadly fungus is unreliable. Different labs doing the test come up with different and conflicting results.

Worse yet, that test was never properly validated as a uniform process before being approved for use. In other words, no one did a large study in which multiple labs used the test to determine the composition of spots found on trees. No one made sure that all labs came to the same conclusions using the test.

The Forestry analyst writes: “The test has inherent flaws. Different labs examining the same sample will always come up with different results. This has disastrous consequences in the real world. You can see that now; we are cutting down half a forest to prevent the spread of a fungus which has been noticed for centuries, and never caused serious harm…”

The analyst is fired from his job and firmly reminded that he signed a non-disclosure agreement, and he better keep his mouth shut.

The tree-cutting goes on. A developer buys up the cleared land at a very low price…

In essence, the pipeline of information from actually reliable sources, to the government, and then to the public, is narrowed, and guarded against unwelcome intrusions of TRUTH.

In the case of the PCR test, that’s what is happening.


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60 comments on “Another failure of the COVID diagnostic test

  1. Dawn says:

    Off topic comment but when are you going to address the official signing and implementation of the NSMCA? This happened this month and it is a huge power grab. No more wall because the agreement demands free flow of people and goods across both borders! Part of Agenda 21 coming to pass. We need to hear from you on this John.

  2. From Elsewhere says:

    The doctors in 2007 spelled it out right. Why are they silent now, are they silenced? Who is stronger?

    Yes, Jon, one solution is RESIST, like you wrote in so many articles. ENDURE. LAST.

    Emergency is still de facto rule in many states, with masks and restrictions. People need to reinvent their lives. Maybe someone could share ideas for survival? People lost jobs, businesses, investments.

    Pitch idea #1: buy some land, farm for you and your family, with a plus to trade and get money, in order to pay the bills.

    • CJ76 says:

      That’s a great idea but not really feasible for most Americans.

    • Invisible Man says:

      There have been scores of scientists critical of the narrative and dismissive of the idea we are in the midst of a global pandemic. The Off Guardian website amassed a long list of many of them. They are simply being blocked and silenced by the MSM. They haven’t been silent, they’ve been silenced.

    • CynthEmm says:

      I have 2 acres. My husband and teens are not interested in helping me resurrect what used to be pasture. I’m battling horrible invasive plants (even my goats wont eat them!) I need fences, trees cut, etc., more than I (a 57 yo woman in good shape) can do on my own. But maybe in a reinvented world people could work together for food and shelter. That would work for me…sharing resources and talents in true community…not commie top down government BS.

  3. Brett Morgen says:

    More gravy from Jon Rappoport, Jon you are bringing so much truth every day and its truly inspiring.

    I remember a while back when you were one of the first to say “there is no IT”, as in one pandemic from “China” (what a hoax). People are getting sick for all different reasons and everyone is just being lumped into the “covid” category.

    There isn’t a deadly boogeyman in every building, in every crevice, across the entire world. It’s a hoax. It’s a fake. It’s a movie script. It’s weaponization of cold and flu season. “Masks” don’t do anything and healthy people should have NEVER had to wear masks. I’m NOT going to kill my parents by visiting them and spending time with them. It’s a LIE.

    Just got a bit of hope: overheard the guy in the cube next to me (I work at a VERY establishment, pro-covid company, mandatory masks at all times, they even said you have to put on your mask from the walk to your car in the parking lot into the building, just a bunch of facists) talking about how they classified the motorcycle accident victim as a covid death.


    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      I agree that there is no single cause for the symptoms being described as covid-symptoms. HOWEVER– this is not to say that we ought not be looking at the symptoms themselves. The LIST OF SYMPTOMS “they” attach to covid keeps growing. The overall death rate should be considered… and the death rate in certain regions should be looked at. We cannot ignore Wuhan’s people-falling-down-in-the-streets, the correlation of covid-syndrome to lack of oxygen, the apparent solutions like HCQ and the disaster of ventilators. In effect, it’s not enough to say covid does not exist as a contagious virus. It’s not enough to point out “pseudo epidemics”. I BELIEVE we must LIST SYMPTOMS– then describe possible REAL CAUSES. Jon pointed to them sporadically before– cynanide pollution, 5G proximity, vaccines already in progress, ventilators.

      • ken says:

        Name it! It’s a Covid Symptom.

        • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

          Not really. I understand the point you’re trying to make but certain symptomology is being repeatedly put out there like… lack of oxygen intake by hemoglobin, falling down (Wuhan) and “dry” cough. This is what I mean– we can narrow down our causes by specific symptoms. Louis Gomert was just on TV saying he “has covid” and can’t attend Trump’s next event… mentioning he’s “a bit tired”. That could simply be its the end of the day. Most people have exosomes but Gomert did not specify WHICH test– antibody? PRC? by swab? by saliva?

      • Kia Kaha says:

        I agree with you. 5G definitely.
        These versions of things is MORPHEUS, morphing the objectionable gradually. The tactic allows for their typical glacial movement, the boiling frog effect to bypass objections, induct the executioners of the plan initially unknown to them. Otherwise, if all at once, the people would notice straightaway. It’s akin to drug addictions tactics. Have a war on a contrived lie, replace farmers of food with farmers of poppies. Feed the international drug trade flying over our heads and crossing borders. Feeds dealers. Starts out slow and mild, then increases. Starts out reducing problematic symptoms that appear when people can’t cope, are sick from toxic chemical overload, then the recommendation is to increase the dose and/or the number of drugs people taken for the symptoms from the previous drug, or in the case of diabetics, the implant of the insulin monitor. Degrade and destroy, out of the mouth of a former president, but has been the mission of patriarchal rulers + $nothing + words/laws + religion/philanthropy/aid + violence/wars since its inception.

        I know you take exception to the word “patriarchy” but I look at individuals energetically. We all have a particular balance of masculine/feminine energy to keep us in balance. This tribe has never been in balance! Full tilt aggressive masculine energy all the way (physically on the golf course, but mentally at war). There is no nurturing care in them. When a man or woman is not in the extreme, they are balanced, and if need be on a temporary basis can be more of one than is usual, like a woman lifting a car off of a person at the scene of an accident. Not typical, but temporarily possible. Many examples of both being temporarily out of balance to serve a good purpose. What we’re dealing with has not been temporary. It’s been historical extremism.

        This quote keeps coming to mind. This is how they look at running this Law of Reversal, their rebellion against our free will under natural law. That’s the game patriarchy has always played and there’s a reason they play it. It’s based on a misperception that caught fire and spread. Humanity was not always like this. There was a before and an after patriarchy.

        Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.
        ~ Winston Churchill

        • Hayden says:

          winston churchill another oxymoron hypocrite have you read what he said about Indians he was very racist and had connections to the same people that funded Hitler, they just as bad as each other.
          but yeah ok for him he always had money zionists lol

          • Kia Kaha says:

            Do you even understand the context of my reference to his quote, or do I need to help you?

            These people know what they are doing is a lie and that they will be pounced upon by the correctness of the evidence that comes from the public and real experts. Even though they fail time and again, they keep going anyway, time and time again. Because in the meantime, they accomplish other intentions such as more oppressive laws.

            So now you’re defending tribes? lol

          • Hayden says:

            what are you on kia kaha who said anything about me protecting tribes…all i said was winston was racist towards indians and thats a fact not taught in schools. ok to teach hitler was racist. both as bad as each other.

        • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

          Kia, LOL. This is something a bit different– this patriarchy thing. The closest I can think of seeing a basis for it is in the analysis of mitochondria… which is transmitted mostly by female DNA. I’ll try to find the website for it. Have you considered mitochondria intergenerational transfer? It’s aligned perfectly with your angle.

          • Kia Kaha says:

            Rick, lol. Nope, can’t say as I’ve considered mitochondria. Generational narcissistic family cult, psychological and emotional abuse, yes. The cycle of abuse originating from a foolish misperception that caught fire and spread. Habitual projection of warped fractals expressing themselves. I may re-post a video and link it here somewhere.

          • Piksil says:


            Mitochondrial DNA is passes down directly from your mother only.
            Cellular DNA is a combo (mother/father).

            So really, the only way a family line truly passes down is if females keep having daughters.

  4. Piksil says:

    Thanks again Jon!

    I suspect the reason that they’ve not done the tests you proposed is: if they did that, it would blow the cover of Germ Theory. There would be proof that every person’s boogers and snot contain fragments of THEIR OWN DNA, NOT SOME MAKE BELIEVE VIRUS!!

    The curtain would fall.

    “This is what I’ve trained for my whole life, and I’m not stopping”. Dr Faux-i

  5. Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

    FThe PCR test Jon discusses above, DOES INDEED include a possible “nasopharneal swab” [painful, invasive and possible infective in and of itself] according to a quick source I just looked at…QUOTE [For that upper and lower respiratory specimens (such as nasal, nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swabs, sputum, lower respiratory tract aspirates, bronchoalveolar lavage, and nasopharyngeal wash/aspirate or nasal aspirate) are collected.] UNQUOTE.

  6. michael says:

    Wouldn’t it be curious what kary mullis would say about the use of PCR for these tests? Kary “would have” absolutely been the number one most qualified professional most likely to vigorously debate and debunk this technique he developed for this ‘masq’uerated… Isn’t it oddly and ironically curious Kary passed away from ‘pneumonia’ just this past August 2019….????

    • Judith says:

      I have been saying this for months!! I am very surprised the independent/alternative media have not picked up on it.

      If Kary Mullis were alive today we would be on vacation at the beach, going to concerts, buying back to school supplies!

      Read his Rolling Stone interview from years ago. Read what he says about Fauci and Gallo!

      There would be NO plandemic right now.

      And he died last August!! From pneumonia!!

      Yeah. Very surprised/disappointed no one has looked into this more closely.

      • Invisible Man says:

        Celia Farber wrote all about Kary Mullis in some depth here:

        I think sadly we live in a world where only an infinitesimal minority of ostensible journalists really are journalists. Farber and Rappoport are, but the vast majority are just talking heads reading from a script.

      • michael says:

        indeed… Thanks Judith, just did multiple searches on the Rolling Stone site and could find zero mention of Mullis interview in their search que, hmmm, nor on Google either… gee, go figure… digging around in Duckduckgo now and oh my, your are correct… regarding Mullis’ sentiment towards you know who… wow, it’s deep… The search restrictions alone confirm my suspicion Mullis most likely indeed was assisted with his departure from the planet… cheers!

        • Judith says:

          Wow. That Rolling Stone interview was around A LOT back in March/April. Unbelievable, huh?

          Maybe we’ll have to wait 10 or so years until people write exposes as has happened with the 60s assassinations and 9/11. It would never show up on a site now. Never. No one is mentioning his name anywhere.

          And people are believing this narrative hook, line and sinker.

          It seems so silly to say “I can’t believe what is happening” but I can’t believe what is happening.

          Thanks for responding.

        • CynthEmm says:

          Celia Farbers article about Kary Mullis can be found on

    • Mos Craciun says:

      If you really want to know Mullis position re. PCR used as a “test” when in fact is a manufacturing technique, please read his interview here :

      Some quotes : 1) “And until people really understand that science is not motivated by curiosity anymore, but by money — big, federal money, big private money — once people start recognizing that, and realizing that everything they hear from the scientific establishment they ought to interpret as a commercial… People don’t really understand that. People hear something, that the CDC says this, the CDC says that. They don’t treat that the same way as “General Motors says this, General Motors says that.” They should.
      2) Re. viruses : ” No one has ever purified a virus that they said, “Here it is.” Now, if it’s going to be infectious, meaning it can move from cell to cell — it can actually move from body to body — in order to do that, it would have to have some sort of structure that would hold it together while it was moving from cell to cell. Because if it’s going to go out in your breath, or go out in your semen… [this] is what they’d love to think, and nobody’s got any evidence of that.”

      3) ” You know, we have 10,000 — that’s the estimated number — retroviral sequences in our genome… Nobody knows what the hell they’re for. What a lot of people think they are is the remnant of the fact that retroviruses have been infecting us forever. I don’t actually agree with that, but… if everybody knew that HIV was just one of 10,000 it would not be so shocking to them to find that most of them don’t ever express themselves. They just sit there quietly. Every now and then, one of them does…If it’s not expressed, you wouldn’t test positive for it.”

      4)” I invented PCR so that you could look at genes. That’s what it’s mainly used for.Any time that DNA is the subject, PCR will be the tool that you use to put the DNA in a form that makes it easy to analyze.

      5) ” Q: I have a question about viral load. That’s identified by your PCR?

      A :They use PCR to determine viral load, yeah. I mean, viral load is just: “What is the level of the virus in the blood” of somebody that they’re testing. That’s all it means.

      Q”But I’ve talked to patients and to doctors that say there is a clear correlation with low viral load, low sickness, high viral load, severe sickness.

      Yeah, there is, IN THEIR MINDS !”

    • Pete says:

      We already know what Mullis thought about the effectiveness of PCR as a viral test. Jon wrote a blog about this in 2014 in connection with Ebola. He quotes Kary Mullis on this and gives a link. See here:

  7. michael says:


  8. THX1138 says:

    “Another failure of the COVID diagnostic test”

    Wrong. This is a feature of the tests. They were designed to produce 80% false positives. Same goes for cancer tests. The test results should actually be labelled “Fear”, “Uncertainty” and “Doubt” or just FUD for short.

    • rivercity says:

      Yeah, that’s the way I see it, & not too much mention going around about how real fear & anxiety distresses the immune system.

  9. Opie Poik says:

    This oft-repeated H. L. Mencken quote applies here:

    “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by an endless series of hobgoblins, most of them imaginary.” ~ H.L. Mencken

    Manufacturing consent of the governed: You need us!

  10. JB says:

    Yeah, even the Become Ungovernable group that I follow (and am on podcasts with) is accepting this is real. Check this video out at 5:30 (I posted this a few days ago, but I want to do it again for those who haven’t seen it):

    This lady apparently had a fever for a few weeks, and she considers it COVID, but I don’t remember her talking about any doctor diagnosing it as that.

  11. Neo-Paradigm says:

    I was told by a 75 year old neighbor that she was pulled over by police while driving on a quiet country road in rural Massachusetts for having a Florida license plate on her car. The cop wanted to know how long she’s been in the state and when she arrived. She said that she’s been here several months and he let her go. What would he have done if she said she had just arrived from Miami?

    We are living under Marshall Law. People willingly give up their civil liberties for an illusion of safety.

    • RegretLeft says:

      Never talk to the police – they CAN request your credentials (if you are driving a vehicle); YOU have a right to refuse to answer any questions. “I do not wish to answer any questions today, officer” was what the woman should have said. The officer can then decide whether he or she has reasonable grounds to make an arrest. (If they are asking questions it generally means they do not and hope that you’ll trip up and produce some.)

      We are not actually living under martial law. The declared “states of emergency” are not that.

    • Tim says:

      Have you ever read the General Orders No. 100 : The Lieber Code?

  12. The Watchman says:

    Another great article, Jon. Thanks for the constant updates. Linking as always @

  13. krys says:

    What a wonderful breath of fresh air and reason you are Jon, along with some very wise and sharp commentators above as well. Keep on doing what ALL OF YOU are doing, we can defeat this global scamdemic but it’s not going to be an easy fight. If we choose to do nothing, we all know where we’re eventually headed…

    • chris says:

      It’s even much worse. The WHO says asymptuous people are very rarely infectious. Lets assume 20%. That means that only 20% of those tested positively are infectious, meaning the whole “pandemic” is 5 times less dangerous than imagined.

      • Glenn says:

        Yep. Even in the probable asymptomatic cases, none of them involve short term contact. It is all repeated long term exposure with an infected person over a period of weeks and months. Specifically the probable cases were in hospitals and nursing homes where many stayed in the same room. Funny how the lockdowns recreated the scenario of probable asymptomatic cases for the majority of the population.

  14. Ignorance is Strength says:

    So why were all those health care workers coughing?

  15. Amanda says:

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    5:23 – Covid has never been isolated and proven to be an infectious agent per the standard protocol called Koch’s postulates
    6:27 – apparently someone filed a Canadian version of a FOIA request with Canada Health Dept asking for records indicating Covid- 19 has been isolated. Canada Health said they were unable to locate such records
    6:50- We need proof covid 19 exists, we need an investigation of this and into the data in general. Decisions are being made on false and misleading data.
    8:47 – Spain is preparing Centers to isolate asymptomatic Covid 19 patients
    9:33 – quote from AMA Journal of “Ethics”- “it doesn’t matter if a vaccine is actually effective, as long as the state believes mandatory vaccines will promote common welfare it is a reasonable and proper exercise of the police power” (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
    15:35 – Total US Deaths Jan- May (supposedly the peak months for covid 19):
    2017 – 976 K,
    2018 – < 1 million,
    2019 – 989 K
    2020 – 740 K (where's the pandemic?)

    1. We have a lower death count than normal in the US for peak covid months
    2. We have overwhelming evidence test data is inaccurate and misleading
    3. The virus itself, Covid 19, has never been isolated and proven to be an infectious agent

    Why is it an experimental vaccine? In her previous video, she explained that they are using brand new technology that has never been used before. It is modified RNA and modified DNA technology that they currently use to produce GMOs.

  16. Duke Walters says:

    It has recently been explained to me by a colleague that the very theory of a virus causing disease is something that has never been proven. It’s basically just a hypotheses and scientists have basically just run with it and become the mainstream belief over the years. He explained to me that before you even ask questions about coronavirus you have to show that viruses are pathogenic and cause illness. According to the research he has done for many years this has yet to be proven. An interesting concept that I was not familiar with.

  17. Pft says:

    Having run a lab for decades (not PCR) I have to question the allegation that PCR has not undergone interlaboratory comparison studies. All accredited labs are required to participate in these studies for each test they offer. Nobody will use a laboratory for a test the labs are not accredited for, at least not if they have a choice so labs are motivated (accreditation allows them to increase price too) . While COVID PCR validation studies might not be completed at this stage they are ongoing

    Of course, the fact labs can agree on a test result with test specimens that have been designed to achieve a desired result does not mean much. What exactly are they testing positive for?. There is no gold standard in which to measure the PCR test except another PCR test. So unless the specimens are prepared from samples which have isolated and purified the virus , have it grow in a cell culture , and then repeat isolation/purification, and verify the virus obtained can infect others and cause the same symptoms (generally done in animals similar to humans). Thats Kochs postulate (modified for virus). Its not the test that needs validating its the control samples that need validation. I believe CDC issued the controls that test manufacturers use to self validate their tests. Pffft

  18. Amanda says:

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  19. Pisces says:

    Another excellent piece, Mr. Rappoport!

    If that clarifying fictional analogy doesn’t make people see how unreliable the PCR tests really are, I don’t know what will.
    Even though the ending of the article is fictional, I started laughing while reading that part when I started to think that all trees in the world would have been cut down immediately if professor Neil Funguson made moronic and exaggerated computer predictions of how fast the fungus will spread across the nations. Haha!

  20. Amanda says:

    It looks like they are going to force us onto their new global crypto digital financial system and Agenda ID2020 by setting us up for hyperinflation and collapsing the dollar.

    Weimar America, Here We Come! Virus Hysteria Adds $10 Trillion to the National Debt

    America Has Fallen: The Federal Reserve IS NOW IN CONTROL. Mannarino

    MARKETS A LOOK AHEAD: US Dollar Decimation By Design. Mannarino

    And for those who don’t know:
    Money as Debt I – Revised Edition 2009 (Full Movie)

    The Money Masters – The Rise Of The Bankers (long, but the best history lesson you can get)

  21. Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

    QUESTION for JON or anyone here: With the renewal of the hydroxychloroquin +zinc +something else– being touted a covid cure lately, and given the fact that covid is a syndrome, not a virus– with multiple causes showing up as typical symptoms like dry cough, low oxygen and now heart problems they say– what is HCQ++ actually doing to alleviate those symptoms? In other words, what symptoms is HCQ++ alleviating?

    • Rick Potvin in Phoenix AZ says:

      ANSWER MY OWN QUESTION – zinc effectiveness / alkilinity
      Somewhere in my reading, which is surfacing in my memory this morning, I found out that HCQ + athromyacin increases cellular acceptance/permeability to zinc Zn… which has the effect, I think, of raising pH *potential for Hydrogen… which has overall health benefits! Most people are too acidic leading to infections, disease, fatique etc. If the HCQ++ alters pH to a beneficial health level, that would explain the numerous “cures” for non-existent covid-19 which is a cover for numerous other symptoms/causes– many of which CAN INDEED be solved by altering pH to alkaline a bit more.

  22. Larry C says:

    “Really? The truth is, something much worse is lurking in the weeds. It has been lurking ever since the PCR was approved for use in diagnostics:

    No large study validating the uniformity of PCR results, from lab to lab, has ever been done.”

    Un-F’ING believable.

  23. Larry C says:

    Vaccine execs rake in BIG BUCKS, in race for cure.

    (Why am I not reassured by this report?)

  24. Arthur Welborn says:

    Very good articles.

  25. Kat says:

    The Plain Dealer just reported, in regards to Mike DeWine’s flip flop test results ( first postitive, then negative) , that the PCR test “does not produce false positives”, and is the GOLD STANDARD against which the “quick and dirty” antigen test is held against


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